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Startups in Oman’s logistics sector now have a new incubator program to turn to for growth opportunities. Dubbed Ibhar, this new incubator by Asyad aims to identify, embrace, and nurture emerging businesses in the logistics sector.

Asyad will screen applying startups and ideas based on a set of pre-specified criteria before shortlisting the ones that exhibit the highest potential. Startups that make it to the program will receive what the company claims as a comprehensive and integrated range of assistance. Ibhar will provide these startups with incubator space, clustering and networking opportunities, and business support services of the highest order. Not just that, it also promises to offer focused support to help startups grow their reach and stature with counsel, dedicated guidance, and all-around comfort.

The ultimate objective of the program is to bring forth a supportive environment backed by strong industry linkage and help logistics startups to capitalize on each and every opportunity thrown their way.

“IBHAR Incubator aims to support and improve the logistics sector in the Sultanate of Oman as part of achieving the Sultanate of Oman Logistic Strategy 2040. Being the first incubator of its kind developed in cooperation with Riyada to support SMEs and startups in the logistics sector; the incubator targets the individuals, as well as companies that have innovative ideas in logistics industry that can be converted into, have real products or services during the incubation period“, reads the description on the incubator’s official webpage.

Besides helping deserving startups in the logistics sector reach the prime of their potential, the Ibhar program also aspires to help create a vibrant entrepreneurial scene on Oman.

Jenan Al-Mukharriq

Jenan Al-Mukharriq

A highly driven organizing member of the StartUp Bahrain ecosystem. And a Project Manager at Matter In Hand with a passion for content creation and empowering communities.